Get Pickled

Sour, spicy, or sweet, pickled veggies are great alongside burgers, in sandwiches, and for snacking—even in the depths of winter



Taylor Mathis

1. Reid’s pickled okra, $8.99
    Reid’s Fine Foods, 704-377-1312

2. Watermelon rind pickles, $10.99
    Reid’s Fine Foods

3. Pickled sweet brussels sprouts, $6.80
    The Bradford Store, 704-439-4303

4. Reid’s pickled asparagus, $7.99
    Reid’s Fine Foods

5. Pickled garlic, $6
    Pickleville at Atherton Market, 704-966-6873

6. The Relish Barn pickled beets, $5.50
    Mecklenburg County Market, 704-533-5272

7. Pickled jalapeños, $6
    Pickleville at Atherton Market

8. Double B Farms salty dill pickles, $10.75
    Mecklenburg County Market

9. Hiatt’s hot green tomato pickles, $3.75
    The Bradford Store

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